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Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents. ISLE Jonas Grant and John Carlson were employed at the Kibbey mill at Wahkon a few days of last week. Manny and Albin Wicklander re turned on Tuesday from Cambridge, where they have been looking over some farms. Mrs. Harry B. Wilkes returned to her home at Glenwood on Saturday after visiting friends and relatives here the past two weeks. Misses JjJffie Carlson and Ellen Johnson spent Sunday afternoon with Hazel Elleson. Those from out of town who at tended the Ladies' Aid society meet ing at the M. Wicklander home on Wednesday were J. INorris and wife and daughter, Allie, Ben Oquist and wife, Mrs. O. P. Oquist, Redtop, Mrs. Gustafson and P. J. Anderson of Opstead. Mrs. Jonas Grant and Mrs. Harry Wilkes visited friends and relatives at Wahkon on Thursday. Misses Iona Owen and Margaret E\r.us attended church at Wahkon on Sunday. Miss Mabel Worcester was pleas antly surprised on Sunday evening by her many friends. It was her Dirthday anniversary. Games were played and the guests departed at a late hour wishing Miss Mabel many happy returns of the day. The baseball boys were practicing on the local grounds Sunday. They are planning on winning all the games they play this season. Mrs. Grant and Mrs. H. Wilkes visited at the Dan Elgren home on Friday. A. O. Peterson of Eastwood trans acted business in town on Friday. Work has now commenced on the new sidetrack and we hope to see cars standing on it by the last of May. Grandpa Wicklander was pleas antly surprised on Monday by his re lations here, the occasion being his eighty-second birthday anniversary. Bernard Carlson spent a few hours at home on Monday. The Busy Bee society will meet with Effle Carlson on Saturday, May 2. Hazel and Raymond Elleson called at the Carlson home on Saturday evening. Strengthens Weak and Tired Women. I was under a great strain nurs ing a rplative through three months' sickness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande of Kirkland, 111, and "Electric Bitters kept me fiom breaking down. I will never be without it." Do vou ieel tired and worn out? No appetite and food won't digest? It isn't the spring weather. You need Electric Bitters. Start a month's treatment today nothing better lor stomach, liver and kidneys. The great spring tcnic. Relief or money back. 50c and $1, at your druggist. Advertisement. VINELAND. A dance was given at the Daigle hall on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lund of Ona mia were visitors at J. II. Faught's on Sunday. They returned home on Monday. Mrs. Bergendahl departed for Mon ana last Friday, where she will spend.the summer with her sister. A surprise party was given at the home of Mi. and Mrs. Wm. Generous last Wednesday evening. A mid night lunch was served and all had a very enjoyable time. Dr. Roadman and family of Ona mia autoed to Vineland last Satur da\. The doctor reports the roads to be almost impassable lor motor ing. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Christian of Brainerd are visitors at S. L. Lund's this week. Check Your April Cough. Thawing frost and April rains chill you to the very marrow, you catch coldhead and lungs stuffedyou are feverishcough continually and feel miserableyou need Dr. King's New Discover}. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and \ou feel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was cured of a dreadful cough after 'loctor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Relief or money back. Pleasantchildren like it Get a botle today. 50c and $1, at A our druggist's. Bucklen's Arnica Sahe for all sores. Advertisement. BLUE HILL. Mrs. Emma Weismann of ching county is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor. Grover Taylor was here from neapolis to spend a few days his parents. O. C. Bragg is very sick quinsy. Chas. Reichart has sold his regis tered Percherou stallion to Arthur Steeves. Mr. Norberg of Minneapolis is domiciled in the Olson house, near ihite^M^'iM ,t.L Bsaaate&ataBi Koochi- parents, ^Tf^ i Min- with with E Tft^ TH the church. He has purchased the old Crothers' farm and will put up a set of up-to-date farm buildings. Mabel Borneke has been quite sick with quinsy the past week. Mrs. C. W. Taylor is having an at tack of grip. Mrs. Chas. Brande has been quite sick the past week with la grippe and sore throat. A number of Arthur Groff's neigh bors gave him a surprise party on Wednesday evening of last week, the occasion being his birthday anniver sary. All present had a fine time with music and card games, and a sumptuous lunch was served. Matt Johnson has purchased a horse and top buggy. Geo. Schmeiser and family left on Tuesday for their new home at Sib ley, Iowa. Geo. Deggleman and family of Greenbush spent Sunday at Fred Borneke's. Chas. Liia of Minneapolis is as sisting John Bergstrom on Clarence Taylor's barn. Wm. Chisholm and son, Arthur, went to Milaca on Tuesday. Fred Murphy of Baldwin spent Sunday at John South's. SPENCER BROOK. Orville Thompson and son. Ken neth, of Chisholm came to Prince ton on Saturday and returned the first of the week. Miss Susie Fioehlick entertained about 25 of her friends from Crown on Sunday evening. School began in district 1 on Mon day after a week's vacation. The Misses Agnes Hanson, Elsie Brueckner, Karen Uglem and Emma Berg of Green lake spent Sunday at George Way's. Benj. House returned from Mon tana last Thursday. What's the at traction here, Ben? Miss Margaret Martinet's sister spent a few days of last week with her. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Wein hold, a son. OXBOW. Marshall Hall was quite sick a few days last week. Carl Bengtson is able to resume his duties as teacher. Miss Pratt was a Princeton visitor on Saturday. The Evens Hardware company has erected lightning rods on Herb Gates' and John Gates' buildings. George Tomlinson is suffering from felons. Peter Henschel purchased a couple of cows at the Woodman sale last Saturday. Oscar Bengtson is at home for a week. Arthur Radeke returned from Montana recently to spend his sum mer at home. The basket social at the school house last Saturday evening was well attended. Mr. Thompson was auctioneer. A neat sum was real ized from the sale. BRICKTON. Miss Mary Nordaune was a passen ger to Minneapolis on Tuesday morning. Miss Alma Olson arrived home from Minneapolis on Wednesday evening. Misses Eva Burke and Vina De ]arlais returned to the cities on Mon day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Markgraf and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henschel attended the dinner given at the Odd Fellows hall on Sunday afternoon. Henry Papenhausen was a visitor at Margiaf's on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Audiey Miller of Greenbush was a guest at Markgraf on Satur day and Sunday. Rudolph Markgraf and Mat Barthel accompanied her home. Miss May Nordaune and Mrs. Adolph Minks were visitors at Sib ley's on Monday afternoon. LIVONIA. Geo. Orrock of Wilmot, S. D., vis ited a few days the first of the week with his daughter, Mrs. Jas. Iliff, and family. Jas. Harrison of St. Paul is visit ing lelatives here. Oscar Pierson came up from Min neapolis on Saturday evening and returned on Monday morning accom panied by his wife and children, who have spent some time here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Axelson and family Sundayed at Will Thompson's in Baldwin. Rev. Orrock called at Jas. Iliffs on Monday. Mrs. Oscar Pierson and John and Otto Johnson wish to thank their many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted them during the ill ness and death of their father, and also to thank the Odd Fellows for floral offerings. OPSTEAD. Ole Oleson of Eastwood, whose death we mentioned last week, was born in Sweden 44 years ago. He came to this country when a child and has lived with his mother and brother, Andrew, at Eastwood since then with the exception of a couple of years when he and his brother were engaged in the livery business at Isle. Mr. Oleson was an honest christian man who' had the respect of all. The funeral was held on Wednesday of last week and was at tended by a very large number of people. G. W. Freer leaves this week for his claim in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Johnson have now moved onto the Zimpel place and so are residents of our town. We gladly welcome them. Harry Elgren was out Monday fix ing up the telephone line. We believe we have one of the best of flagmasters here in our town and we appreciate it. To the passer by the flag at Opstead tells of our sorrows or joys. Rich and poor are treated alike. DISTRICT NO. 50. Henry Glade was down to his farm on Sunday afternoon. The Campbell boys were visitors at the Schurrer home on Sunday. Louis Wicen is hauling tile for the county ditch. A letter from Adolph Egge and Roy Bangson states that they are newsboys on trains leaving Minne apolis. Mr. Spiess has been hauling ties for a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fiero of Wy anett were visiting their daughter, Mrs. E. M. Fiero, over Sunday. Herb Campbell came home for a few hours' visit on Sunday. The railroad company is putting in a large amount of ties this spring. Fall rye is looking fine this spring notwithstanding the bad weather we have had. Frank Sanford lost his valuable registered Poland China boar last week. Too bad, as they are scaice in this country. GERMANY. Mrs. Wesley Gerth went to the twin cities for a few days' visit this week. Willie Meuller were pleasantly Henry Heitman's noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Newman Sunday at Aug. Schlesner's. Otto Manke is painting the inffs on his mother's farm. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gens visited on Sunday with Chas. Rosin and fam ily. Joe \Vhitcomb and wife of Prince ton called at E tt Bockoven's on Sun day. We are glad to say little Raymond Manke has recovered from his ill ness. Chas. Rosin Jost a horse on Mon day. GLENDORADO. Chas. Zachow and family left for their claim in Canada on Tuesday. Miss Phoebe Crook departed on Tuesday for Fox Lake, 1ST. D., where she will be employed for the summer. School will close for its summer vacation on Friday, May 1, with a good old-fashioned picnic. Much credit should be given to Josephine Donovan, teacher, for the advance work which she has accomplished this year, and all are sorry to see her depart. Mrs. Hulda Hubbaid and son, Thomas, made a trip on Saturday to Princeton, where Mrs. Hubbard is taking medical treatment from Dr. Cooney. The meetings held in the M. E. church on Thursday and Friday evening were largely attended and all would like to see Rev. Patrick return. Leslie Crook and friend. Miss Larson, attended the dance at Oak Park on Saturday evening, given bv Earl DeFIart. Albert Wager and Geo. nanson PBiyCETON UNIOK: THURSDAY, AFBII/86? iM4.pf|J^ and sister, Elsie, entertained at on Sunday after- spent build- A SPRAY For Potatoes,Tomatoes and Vegetables Combined Insecticide and Fungi cide kills bugs, prevents blight, in creases yield of crop 20 to 60 per cent. Entire plant protection and in creased yield resulting from the use of one spray. Herrmanns TONI IDE is the most adhesive spray material made heavy rains will not wash it off the plant it sticks to the most waxy surfaces. No mix ing requiredsimply dilute to a thin cream by the addition of a little water, then strain into spray tank. It does away with all mis takes or inaccuracies liable to occur in home made materials. Let us furnish you with full information and prices. are the proud owners of fine new autos. Too bad, boys, you're mar ried. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chivalier and Miss Josie Donovan attended church in Foley on Sunday. Miss Cora Hubbard will leave on Wednesday morning for the north, where she will be bridesmaid at the Butler and Ecklund wedding which will take place on Thursday, April 30, at the bride's home. Both are fine young people with a host of friends to wish them success through life. A dance will be given in the evening in the groom's new house which he has prepared for his bride. Arthur Crook and wife, Grandma Crook, Frank Hubbard, Kenneth Davis, Mrs. J. E. Hughes and Geo. Hanson were in Foley on Saturday. School Report. Those who where perfect tendance for the month April 24 in district 19, county, were Helen Berg, Meflhargey Hdw. Co. Manufactured by THE HERRMANN LABORATORIES For Insecticides and Fungicides MORRIS HERRMANN CO- 200 Fifth ATC, NewYork City in at- ending Isanti Alice Crist, Elvie Ericson, Dan and Mir iam Murray, Henuing Pierson, Hans Sjodin, Loulis Strong and Del ton Webb. Hans Sjodin, Alice Crist and Miriam Murray were perfect in spelling for the entire month. Karen Uglem, Teacher. A Valuable Work Free. For many years information con cerning state geological surveys was difficult, or impossible to obtain. Much of it was scattered through many publications, and many facts regarding organization and methods were not published. This need of accurate information became so ap parent that the United States Geo logical Survey has published these data in a single volume, Bulletin 465, entitled "The State Geological Sur veys of the United States," a copy of which may be obtained free on ap plication to the Director of the Geo logical Survey, Washington. D. C. 'IS You Can Keep Your Head. If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubt ing, too If you can wait and not be tired bv waiting, Or being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated, don't give way to hating, And jet don't look too good, nor talk too wise. If you can dream, and not make dreams youi master If you can think and not make thoughts your aim: If you can meet with triumph and disaster And treat those two impostors just the same If 3011 can hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop to build 'em up with worn-out tools. If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue. Or walk with kingsnor lose the common touch, If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you. If all men count with you, but none too much: If you can rill the unforgiving min ute With sixtv seconds worth of distance run, Yours is the earth, and everything that's in it, And, what is more, you'll be a man, my son! Rudyard Kipling. (Specia cent discount. AT THE Dalbo Department Store% This Sale Commences May 4, and Continues! 1 Until May 9, 1914 5~ We are going to give the following specials to intro-3 |E duce new lines added to our stock. 3 gj Dry Goods Department 3 Complete line of Richardson's silk fleece, sale 8 skeins for 25c 3 ST Complete line of Richardson's fancy work from 10c to 75c Each--* &Z $300 worth of manufactured samples ladies' ready-to-wear garments 3 5 such as muslin underwear, waists, ladies', misses' and children's house ZSZ gT dresses boys' rompers, play suits, etc., to go at wholesale cost and, in3 addition to this price during the sale, we will allow 10 percent discount. ~ZZ We now have a complete line of men's, boys', ladies', misses' and 3 children's hats. On anything bought at this sale we will allow 10 per- "ZZ We have a new line of Butterick patterns. 3 g This Sale is for Cash. Eggs and Cream Taken Same as Cash Big Line of Farm Implements It will pay you to see us before you buy. I Dalbo Dep't Store! DALBO. MINNESOTA Pl'UUiUiUUUUiUUlUiUiUiUiUiiiiUiUiUUiUUUiUUUUlUiU^ t**^*m^*^^*^i^*m^m^*^*^*^^m^*m^*^i0m^m^*i^*^*0*0+*f^*m^i^0m*i^m^ A. C. SMITH (Successor to G. H. Qottwerth) Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. Main Street, Princeton. ^*mm*i*i^^0^^m THIS YEAR, THE SAME AS LAST YEAR THE IS THE Send for sample copiesafter you've read them you'll surely want to join The Herald's happy family of satisfied readers. DAILY BY MAIL-THREE MOUTHS FOR $1.00 ADDRESS -HERALD, DUUITH, MINN. Sale]1#m Shoes Shoes Shoes 3 Just received from the factory, $1,500 worth of men's, boys', ladies' 3 misses'and children's shoes. All makes and'styles. Black,'white and^S tan colors, both canvas and leather. If you make your selection during 3 this sale you will be given a 10 percent discount. This alone should be 3 inducement enough for everyone to attend the sale. 3 One Lot of Old Shoes and Oxfords, your choice 50c 8~ Paint Department 3 S~ We have a complete line of barn and house paints. Below please 3 note a few of our specials for this week. "Z2 Good Ready-Mixed Paint, in one-gallon containers, sale price 75c 2 Ready-Mixed Paint, in barrels, sale price per gal $1.00 2 Complete- line of automobile oils and greases, prices the lowest. S Grocery Department iU lS E :r x a*i, life.